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Lifestyle Tips to Support Digestion
A stressful lifestyle can disrupt and stifle our digestion. Judy Moulton offers lifestyle tips drawn from the ayurvedic practice of dinacharya (daily routine) to help us de-stress and create nourishing space in our life, so that agni, our digestive fire, can burn more brightly
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Judy Moulton
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Looking at Diet Through the Lens of Digestion: An Ayurvedic Perspective
What kind of diet is healthiest for us? According to ayurveda, healthy food is food we are able to digest well. Learn ayurvedic dietary tips to help you strengthen your digestive fire (agni) so that you can start expanding the range of foods you’re able to eat comfortably.
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Judy Moulton
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Agni Sara Variations to Support Digestion
When agni, our digestive fire, is strong and balanced, we experience physical and mental wellbeing. When agni is out of balance, we struggle digestively. Learn how to identify specific agni imbalances and how to apply the practice of agni sara (essence of fire) to address each of them.
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Judy Moulton
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10 Healthy Habits to Add to Your Daily Routine
Daily ayurvedic habits add up to make us healthy and vibrant! Take 10 minutes each morning to support yourself before you go into the world. Check out these 10 ayurvedic tips by Kathryn Templeton to develop a simple, nourishing, self-care routine that you can do each and every day.
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Kathryn Templeton
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Movement and the Doshas
What’s movement got to do with your dosha—your individual constitution? The type of exercise best for one person may not be helpful to another. Choosing the right kind of exercise for your dosha helps restore balance and health to body and mind.
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Theresa Oswald, MD
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What’s Your Dosha—Vata, Pitta, or Kapha?
Ayurveda sees all of creation as being made of five basic elements—earth, water, fire, air, and space—that combine into three doshas, or elemental energies: vata, pitta, and kapha. Each of us has a particular combination of vata, pitta, and kapha that gives us our specific talents, strengths, and vulnerabilities. This unique nature is called our ayurvedic constitution. Understanding our constitution and how to keep it in balance enables us to improve our health and well-being. Dr. Carrie Demers explores the gifts—and the challenges—that each of the doshas brings.
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Carrie Demers, MD
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Ayurveda 101
What is ayurveda? In Sanskrit, ayurveda means “the science of life.” No matter our age or current level of health, we can all use tips on how to nourish our body and mind and how to increase the vibrant energy that is at our disposal. In this primer on yoga’s “sister science,” you’ll learn 6 easy ways to support balance in your daily life.
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Kathryn Templeton